Another two episodes of 'The Last Dance' came out yesterday evening, and it seems every episode is better than the previous one because it gives more insight into all the things that were happening behind the scenes. The documentary is one of the most popular shows that are out right now, and various NBA players went to social media to comment on their thoughts on what they've seen so far and what impressed them the most about the most iconic team in NBA history.
Willy Hernangomez offers a frightening take on Zion Williamson ahead of this season -“He wants to destroy everybody”
Hernangomez said Williamson "wants to destroy everybody" in his return to the court after missing the entire 2021-22 season
James Harden and his quest to regain his explosiveness for the Philadelphia 76ers: "It's getting there"
Harden clearly wasn't himself during his first few months with the 76ers, but the good news is that he believes his explosiveness is getting back to what it used to be
"Between practices I had to get tutoring in a separate room" - Dirk Nowitzki used to bring a tutor with him while traveling with Germany's junior national team
Dirk Nowitzki revealed that he had to bring a private tutor with him during his days with Germany's junior national team as he had to play and study at the same time.
"Are you willing to come back and be a coachable player?"-How Phil Jackson talked to Kobe Bryant before they reunited in 2006
The time Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson spent apart from each other made them realize that they needed each other to accomplish their goals.
Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky outearns several NBA players
Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky is closer to making a million each year than some NBA players on minimum contracts.
“I know he’s a great locker room guy!”- Ben Wallace believes Darvin Ham will do great things with the Lakers
Darvin Ham and Ben Wallace won a title together and their bond will forever remain tight.
"How much money does she want?" — How the nosy Orlando media drove Shaquille O’Neal out of town
The Orlando accused Shaq's girlfriend of being a gold digger.
Reggie Miller on talking to New York Knicks fans: 'They love to come up and do the choke sign. They think it’s so cool'
Reggie Miller said most Knicks fans still hate him and they let him know about it by doing doing his iconic choke taunt in 1995.